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post #76 of 82

I've been using these for around a month now, I don't find the bass overpowering at all, it is just right for me. Mid-range is great, the treble can be a little tinny at times. My main qualm with them is they tend to fall out of my ears, but that could my ears fault rather than the IEM's fault.

post #77 of 82

I would also like to know how these sound compared to the Atrio MG7's Bass, Mids and Treble? The Atrios (to me) are kinda the standard for great, low non-muddy Bass so I also would be interested!

post #78 of 82

You can buy these for about $49 via EBAY with free shipping. They are AMAZING for that price, simply amazing.

post #79 of 82

out of curiosity i got the pink ones on sale for $34.99 (i'm secure in my masculinity) and didn't like them at first--coming from bassy-but-not ridiculous phones like eph-100 and thinksound ts-02 the bass depth and prominence on these is kinda jarring and unnatural. after awhile, i started to appreciate them much more--there's a nice, refined, almost delicate high end and an overall clarity to these and the low end is well-defined and non-boomy. i still think that the driver integration (i.e. the way the different frequencies blend together) is less than seamless--you're always conscious of hearing a subwoofer, rather than merely absorbing as part of the presentation--but these merit further study.

post #80 of 82
Over in the Chinese/Asian Brand thread, the guys have been talking about Donscorpio headphones. Check out the Bass Colours. Look familiar?



Donscorpio says that they have a relationship with Velodyne. Perhaps this is the OEM?

The Bass Colours can be had shipped from Hong Kong from Penonaudio for $35.

Just got my pair today, and they sound just like joker's review describes the Vpulse.
post #81 of 82

How are the vpulses for EDM? Are they too bassy or are the mids and highs still good? And how's the comfort; I've read that these are heavy and can tend to gall out of the ear...?

post #82 of 82

*fall* sorry

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